Ian Hall, BA (Hons) (Oxon), MLitt (St Andrews), PhD (St Andrews)
Senior Fellow, Department of International Relations, School of International, Political & Strategic Studies
Tel: +61 2 6125 2179
Fax: +61 2 6125 8010
Location: Room 3.54, Hedley Bull Centre
Ian is Director of the Graduate Studies in International Affairs program. Before joining the ANU in 2011, he taught international relations theory, security studies and terrorism at the University of St Andrews, the University of Adelaide, and Griffith University. He has published two single-authored books, an edited volume, and a number of journal articles on international relations theory, intellectual history, diplomacy and Indian foreign policy.
International relations theory, the history of international thought, diplomacy, international security and Indian foreign policy.
Ian currently supervises theses on the history of political and international thought, international history, and Indonesian foreign policy. He is interested in supervising research on international theory, intellectual history, or Indian foreign policy.
- ‘The Satiric Vision of Politics: Ethics, Interests and Disorders’, European Journal of International Relations (forthcoming 2013).
- ‘“Building the Global Network”? The Reform of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office under New Labour’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations (forthcoming 2013).
- ‘China Crisis? Indian Strategy, Political Realism and the Chinese Challenge’, Asian Security (forthcoming 2012).
- The Dilemmas of Decline: British Intellectuals and World Politics, 1945–75 (Berkeley: University of California Press, forthcoming 2012).
- ‘India's New Public Diplomacy: Soft Power and the Limits of Government Action’, Asian Survey (forthcoming 2012).
- The International Thought of Martin Wight (New York: Palgrave, 2006).
- ‘History, Christianity and Diplomacy: Sir Herbert Butterfield and International Relations’, Review of International Studies, 28(4) 2002: 719–36.
Lecturer in International Relations, University of St Andrews (2002-06), Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in International Politics, University of Adelaide (2006-09), Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Griffith University (2009-11), Editorial Board, Australian Journal of International Affairs (2009- ).